Lindsay Lohan got her chance at “redemption” last night when she hosted Saturday Night Live. But did she do anything to improve her image? No…not really. Lohan is being blasted by fans on Twitter, newspapers and various websites. Some are calling her one of the worst hosts in recent memory. We don’t think she was that bad, but she was pretty horrible.

She relied too heavily on cue cards. She was focusing so much on saying everything right that she missed the punch lines! The writers for SNL actually had good material last night, but Lindsay Lohan just could not deliver a good punch line. During the opening of the show, there were a few funny moments. Kristen Wiig came on stage to “hug” Lindsay Lohan, but she ended up giving her a full pat down. And Lindsay Lohan did alright in the skit, “The Real Housewives of Disney” mostly because it was prerecorded.

Her worst performance of the night came in the “Beyond Scared Straight” sketch. She completely ruined what could have been a hilarious sketch. She depended on cue cards so much in that sketch; it was extremely awkward and sad.  It was certainly a disappointing night. In a lot of ways it was just like Lindsay Lohan’s career.

A lot of hype and a lot of potential…ruined by dependency.

Zachary is an aspiring writer and an avid cereal eater. He has published articles on pretty much everything in his short writing career, and prides himself on not being limited to any one category. His number one goal is a simple one: to entertain. He loves me I know him. :)

One thought on “Lindsay Lohan Bombs on Saturday Night Live ( UPDATED WITH VIDEO)

  1. McG says:

    She was awful, and you could tell the audience wasn’t felling her shit either since almost every joke was met with stone silence. But the thing that was freaking me out was her face. She used to be so hot but was a bloated/botoxed mess. WTF?


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